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RAILWAY BRIDGE DAMAGED. WARIALDA, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

RAILWAY BRIDGE DAMAGED. WARIALDA, Friday. Following ■Wednesday's two and a half in ches of rain, further rain fell hist night, making a total of five inches in two days. Two inches fell in about an hour laub night, causing a big flow in all creeks ami gullies. Railway traffic to some extent hus been affected. A temporary bridge near Warialda station was sufficiently damaged to be considered dangerous, and trains up nd down are transhipping there. The weather is still unsettled.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SIX INCHES OF RAIN AT BINGARA. THE RIVER RISING. BINGARA, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

SIX INCHES OF RAIN AT BINGARA. THE RIVER RISING. BIN'GARA, Friday. Another 210 points of rain have fallen dur ing the last 24 hours, making, nearly six inches since Sunday. The river is rising and Myall Creek is in Hood. The mail was un able to travel to-day between here and War ialda. It is quite likely that next week's race meeting will have to be postponed, as there is every appearance of further rain.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HEAVY RAIN AT WARIALDA. THE RAILWAY BRIDGE. INVERELL, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

HEAVY RAIN AT WARIALDA. THE RAILWAY BRIDGE. INVERELL, Thursday. It was reported here this morning tliat two inches of rain fell at Warialda last night in twenty minutes, resulting in the Warialda railway bridge being washed away, and traf lie would have to be suspended pending ne cessary repairs.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GALE IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

GALE IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, Friday." During last night's' gale a good deal of damage was done in the city and suburbs. Walls, buildings, and trees were blown down. A number of houses were flooded a? Redfern. The weather has now moderated, but is still showery. Over six inches of rain were registered in Sydney during the past 24 hours. During the height of the gale ,the wind attained a velocity of 85 miles an hour. Heavy weather continues on the coast; Stand-off signals are flying, and in many places dangerous seas, are running. Some heavy falls are recorded inland, and along the coastal areas. SYDNEY, Friday. Torrential rain has fallen at Clifton. All flat country Is under water. Railway traf fic on the Illawarra line is held up, and In some places the ballast was washed away. Great damage was done to the roads every where, many o£ them being washed away.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE HAWKESBURY IN FLOOD. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

THE HAWKESBURY IN FLOOD. SYDNEY. FRIDAY. The Hawkesbury Rirer at Windsor has risen nearly 27 feet, and is still rising. It is now about four feet over the Windsor bridge. All othqr local streams are in flood, and tile waters are slowly encroaching upon cultivation areas. All the low-lying lands in the vicinity of Mulurave, Hiver stone, Pittown, Peninsula, Cornwall's, Mc Gratli's Hill, and other flats are inundated and crops are submerged. Crops of potatoes, maize, lucerne and pumpkins were destroyed. The loss to the district will aggregate some thousands pounds. All stock hare been removed to places of safety. The gravest fears exist regarding the dams constructed on the low lands to stem flood water. If either overflowed or were swept away by torrent, Windsor would be hemmed in by water on every side. All communictaion with other parts of tlie district is cut off except by boat. Business ia the town is at a standstill. The Cararast Dam, whicli yesterday was within 12 feet of the to...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEE WAA NEWS. WEE WAA, Friday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

WEE WAA NEWS. WEB WAA, Friday Afternoon. I Mr. Dolierty, one of the candidates for B Riding of this shire, notifies his would-be supporters not to vote for him, as he has been legally advised that his position as a pound-keeper precludes his taking a seat on the Council, if elected, despite the fact that he resigned though such resignation has not yet come before the Council. The Treasurer of St. Augustus' Church of England, Mr. Witts, in nine months, col lected over £217, thus clearing the new vicarage of debt. His successful canvass was much appreciated by offirials and ad herents of the denomination.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BARRABA GETS IT. BARRABA, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

BARRABA GETS IT. BARRABA, Friday. Phenomenal rain has fallen during the past two days, 4% inches being recorded. Other stations report:—Barinda 472, Wee "VVaa 552, Brigalows 582, Slaryvale 490, Cob badah 347, Caroda 400. All the creeks in the low-lying country are flooded. The Hor ton and Manilla rivers have risen several feet, and there is every appearance of fur ther rain. Fences have been washed away in the Horton district, this being the only damage done so far.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cocoanut Cream. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

Cocoamit Cream. One cup desiccated cocoantit, two cups cream, half an ounce gelatine, one cup sugar, two cups, custard (flavored). Whip croam to a stiff froth, boil custard, putting cocoanut in milk, and stir. When, cool add gelatine dissolved iu water. Mix together, and put in a mould to stiffen.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Gooseberry Jam. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

Gooseberry Jam. Twelve pounds gooseberries, ten pounds sugar, three cups water. Top and tail tlie gooseberries, put in preserving pan with sugar and water; allow to simmer until jam becomes firm; stir and skim frequently.' Pour into jars, when cold cover.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Pineapple and Chocolate Custard. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

PineappTo and Gliocolat-e Cnstard. Pare a small Tip® pineapple and cut it into small pieces. Sprinkle it thickly with I sugar, put into a glass disli, and set in si I cold plttce for several hours. Put a pint of milk into a double boiler; when it is scald ing hot stir in two tablespoonsful of corn flour and three tatielspoonsful of grated cho colate, which have been mixed to a smooth paste with a little cold milk. Stir and cook until it begins to thicken; then ad'd the yolks of two eggs beaten with, four tabla spoonsful of sugar. Cook a few • minutes longer, then remove from the fire, and stir in one teaspoonful of vanilla essence. Set the custard aside until it is cool, then pour it over the pineapple. Set on ice untdf eol'i. Heat the whites'to a stiff froth, .with tw> tablespoonsful of powdered sugar, and heap over bo top. This is a delicious summer des sert. '

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TESTED RECIPES. Stuffed Tomatoes. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

TESTED RECIPES. I . Stuffed Tomatoes. Remove the stalks and scoop out the seeds of sis large tomatoes. Take the re mains of nny cold meat, chop very finely, season with pepper and salt; a little chop ped parsley, and olives (if obtainable), or a very small onion, a few breadcrumbs; mix all together with .a well beaten egg. Fill the tomatoes witli the mixture, place in a baking dish with a few pieces of butter, and bake, fifteen minutes. Serve with thick, brown gravy and mashed potatoes.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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American Cookies. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

American Cookies. Three tablespoonsful melted butter, two tablospoonsful milk, four tablespoonsful sug ar, on6. ogg, flour, one teaspoonful baking powder. Put sugar nud melted butter into a basin . and mis well, add tlie egg (well beaten) and the milk, sift tlie bakijig pon> der with the flour (as much floiir to make into a stiff dough), add to other ingredients, and mix well. Turn the dough out o»'t° ft well {loured pasteboard, knen<l ft little, roll but a quarter of an inch thick, and cut with a fancy biscuit cutter, dip each in sugar, placo on a greasy baking shelf, and bako till a colden brown, in n liot oveu.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Scones. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

Sconea. One pound Federation Bour, butter (n piece about the size of an egg), a pinch eaoh of carbonote of soda and cream of tar tar, pinch ' of 8»lt. Mix with milk Bake in hot oven.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

SUMMARY. A man convicted of vagrancy at the Cottrt this morning stated that he came to Tam worth on Christmas Eve with upwards 0£ £16 in his pocket. Charles Astley drew £1*1/10 fom a bank in, Melbourne on Thurcday, and Went, into ». lavatory in Little Coilins^-street,' when hi, whs assaulted by two men and robbed of the money. , The ironworkers' strike at Brisbane Una been settled through the intervention of th» Minister for Works, and the men will re-, smne work on Monday nest. . The Postmaster-General has approved mili tary and naval officers being appointed, to' positions on wireless telegraph station* throughout Australia. ' 5 Owing to heavy rains in Queensland th#: greater portion of tlie town of Cloncurry' is' inundated. At Donaldson the post office had '■ to bo abandoned, and the water is 5ft over.' the bar in tho local hotel. ' While Dr. Beafch, of Kinmn, was driving; across the Minna Mucca River on Thursday, ' the Hood water carried away his harse and-' sullty. The doctor a...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

MANLY, Country Visitors, Superior Board, residence, ,-fronting Beach, close baths surf, wharf, moderate. MRS. JONES, Cromer, West Esplanade, Manly. TJEMOVED.—A. E. MASON bias removed JLl; two doors lower down and opened the up-to-date "Stars and Stripes" Saloon, right opposite Prescott, Ltd. A CARD. DR. A. C. HOLT Has commenced practice, and mav bo con sulted at his house in CARTHAGE STREET, lately occupied by Mr. JOS. HARRIS. Miss Sheahan (Tealchar of Pianoforte), .Will ro-conimeneo tuition in Johnson's Cliam-' hers, Peel-street, on MONDAY, 16th inst. | Miss Pearl© Bambury Teacher ot Piano, Singing, and Elocution, will receive pupils after January 31. Appointments may bo made witlj Mr. J. C. Home, Peel-street. LILY M. WISE. TEACHER OE OJI, and COLOR PAINT INC, STENCIL LING, and POKER WORK. Studio: "BOLWARRA,' WHITE-ST. " Peel Shire Elections. TO THE ELECTOR0 OP RIDING A, I.adies and Gontlomen,— I beg to again offer my services for tiro office of Councillor for A Riding. If y/»i aga...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

- A GREAT ..LAW SUIT' DECIDED.: Vx Tiie. SupremeMJourt,..the People,- haY9-.de ,cided's.Qiat-Dr..SfaekU)n-'slNew Discovery wins-, .agaiaat CooEfca^id Golds, .fries, la 6d and ;3s. Ob tenure at alii stores,' and PuUmair's "Fharniaoy."* . ' I NEMIA^TONIC^oures that , dull throbbiug5-' headache w»d .dragging pain'in the side.* 'Printed and Published by ALBERT,; JOSEPH, of White-streSt, Tamworth," for The Tamworth Newspaper Co., . . Ltd., at the ofllce oC tbe-Company. Pee!-' street, Tamvi'orth, in the State ot New' . South Wales. ■ i wnoot'ixr: comm. This disease iK more likely lo be con traded when, :> cliilil hnsS-'uv-.rntil. Accord-1 lim lo i>ul>li:;)i(>fl KtatlstirH more (Icsilh;-; re sult. rrnni whfmpiii- (.onpli lli.'m from icnrlcl fever, >ol. In nil our i'\in'rleiu ■> we, Imv" itfi'vpr heard of ;i ilt-it did not recover CltsiniiiRrliiin's llmioriy xv»k MKud. It liiimfie.; ilie tou^li rmi'jon?. nuikes it easy to OX|>e' Inraii'. .'ilul render!; the paroxysm of ...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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THE EASTER CAMPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

THE EftSTER CAMPS. The 'drfffit-acheme in connection with the annual field training camps of the field ana garrison forces of tile district command of' New South>Weles-have been prepared, and are now awaiting r^tiBcatiyn in Retail by the board. ^ ' There will be tills Easter-a considerable •ohangejfxMtttpagt custom. Formerly the in 'faqfry of tlie\ garrison, comprised in. what tWere- the*ofour volunteer regiments— the 'Scottish,*Au9tralian, St. George's, and Irish jiRffle Regiments—^pent four days in camp,, | aftheir allotted poststo the north and south [Of Port Jackson. -These regiments, wlilch' rfrom January 1 have been merged' into mfli tia ou the same plane, as the other partially paid infantry, were last Easter enabled to go into the lield at Liverpool for four days, because the partially-paid regiments had undergone their lield training the previous January at the Kitchener camp.. This year .the two infantry forces .will .combine at Liverpool1 for eight clays at Easter, muc...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MANILLA NEWS. COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

MANILLA NEWS. (From our Correspondent). COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. At the Police Court, before Mr. O. A. Ed wards, P.M., Leonard McCarthy, a young man of good appearance, employed as boots at the Royal Hotel, was charged with the larceny of £5/19 and two flasks of whisky. The evidence was to the effect that on Tuesday, Mr. Riddett (the licensee) counted lip the cash for banking, and placed it ia a bag in the roller desk while he went to lunch. A commercial traveller, passing through the room shortly after, saw nccune-i at the bag. The barmaid also heard r.i^iey rattle, and coming in saw accused at the desk. When approached 011 the point' by Mr. Riddett, he denied tho chai'ge. The polire wore called up by telephone, and a su.~i of £3/17 was handed over by accused, having been found in a box in his room. He said the money was tips received since Christ mas. He was committed tto Tamworth Quarter Sessions on February 1G. RAIN. Soaking rain foil during yesteHay, up to 9 a.m. to-day 205 points ...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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A MOONBI EXAMPLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

A MQ6NBI EXAMPLE (By our Travelling Representative.) The genial and. obliging boniface of the Railway"Hotel, Moonbi, has provided his new establishment with a water supply as complete and effective, in its way, as that provided by the Government for the town of Tamworth. She source of supply 3s a well. 25 feet-deep, sunk on the premises. The water is raised by a wind-mill into an immense igalvanised iron tank, reposing on an exceptionally lofty and substantial stand, and from which water is distributed by gravitation, and with considerable force, to those portions of the premises where it is wanted. The stand has been converted into a lofty, spacious and exceptionally well ventilated bath-room, with cement floor, and here one may have a shower bath, such as he may dream of but seldom experience, it is a noteworthy fact that in providing the water supply referred to, the enterpris ing proprietor of the Hallway Hotel, at Moonbi, has provided another link in the chain of evidence that ...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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AT TAMWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

AT TAMWORTH, Tlio Peel River was half a banker at Nuntllo yesterday morning, but lower down at Woolomin and Neriiingha tlio water was over tlio banUs, and five miles out ol Tain wortili tlio tints lienr Sims' and Ooonibus' | were submerged. Goonoo Goonoo Creel; also i overflowed in places. Cookburn C'l-eel; rose very little. A sharp fall occurred at No minjjha on Thursday night, Mr. .1. J. I.ord i registering at his residence 15 inches.

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